The pandemic has presented the healthcare industry with an opportunity to address existing inequalities, writes Bupa Global's commercial director, Patrick Watt.
Over the past year, individuals, businesses and societies around the world have been challenged to adapt to extraordinary circumstances due to Covid-19. The pandemic has shone a harsh light on some of the health and wider inequalities that persist in our society, with the impact of the virus particularly detrimental on people living in areas of high deprivation, BAME communities and the elderly, amongst others. The pandemic has also shone a light on health inequity - the systematic and avoidable...
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